Beginner's Guide To Reading Schematics

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Current Stock:
SKU:
9780071827782
ISBN-10 DIGIT:
0071827781
ISBN-13 DIGIT:
9780071827782
AUTHOR-1:
Stan Gibilisco
PUBLISHER-1:
McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics
COPYRIGHT/PUBLICATION DATE:
2014
BINDING:
Spiral Bound
EDITION NUMBER:
3rd
PAGE COUNT:
173
LAST UPDATE (DATE):
September 25, 2013

Attributes

Current Stock:
SKU:
9780071827782
ISBN-10 DIGIT:
0071827781
ISBN-13 DIGIT:
9780071827782
AUTHOR-1:
Stan Gibilisco
PUBLISHER-1:
McGraw-Hill/TAB Electronics
COPYRIGHT/PUBLICATION DATE:
2014
BINDING:
Spiral Bound
EDITION NUMBER:
3rd
PAGE COUNT:
173
LAST UPDATE (DATE):
September 25, 2013

Description

Navigate the roadmaps of simple electronic circuits and complex systems with help from an experienced engineer. With all-new art and demo circuits you can build, this hands-on, illustrated guide explains how to understand and create high-precision electronics diagrams. Find out how to identify parts and connections, decipher element ratings, and apply diagram-based information in your own projects. Beginner’s Guide to Reading Schematics, Third Edition, also contains valuable appendices covering symbols and resistor color codes.

Featuring detailed coverage of:

  • Schematic, block, and pictorial diagrams
  • Resistors and capacitors
  • Inductors and transformers
  • Switches, conductors, and cables
  • Diodes, transistors, and logic gates
  • Electron tubes
  • Cells and batteries
  • Voltage dividers and reducers
  • Breadboards and wire wrapping
  • Electronics troubleshooting

About the Author

Stan Gibilisco has authored or coauthored more than 50 books on physics, electronics, mathematics, and computing. He began his career as a radio-frequency design engineer, a technical writer, a magazine editor, and a wireless broadcast technician. The American Library Association named Stan’s McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Personal Computing (1995) as one of the “Best References of 1996.” In addition to authoring several books in McGraw-Hill’s Demystified series of home study guides, he has also written three books in the Know-It-All series for students who enjoy mathematics. Gibilisco’s Teach Yourself Electricity and Electronics has become a classic in the field.